(CBS) — The state supreme court will hear arguments over the Crystal Lake South High School bleachers.
It’s a case that could affect all future public school construction projects in Illinois.
No date has been set yet, but the high court agreed to consider an appeal by District 155, which contends it does not have to get local zoning approval for the project.
The district rebuilt the bleachers in the summer of 2013, adding five feet to the height and more than tripling the length.
Seating capacity on the west side of the stadium went from 600 people to 2,960, according to a district spokesman.